Burglary - forced entry - nonresidence E.G. Miles Parkway March 11 On March 25, an officer was dispatched to Eagle Mini Self-Storage. The officer spoke with the complainant who told him the last time he was at his storage unit Mach 11 everything appeared to be fine. When he arrived on March 25, he noticed the lock was missing from the unit. When he looked inside, he noticed several things had been moved and he ...
According to Georgia State Patrol Trooper SFC Thornell King, a woman, identified as Trenicia Hawes, 19, of Fort Stewart, suffered sever head injures in a wreck Saturday afternoon. The trooper said she was driving north on Old Hines Road in Flemington in a 1998 Nissan Altima around 2 p.m. with her 13-year-old nephew when the car ran off the lightly traveled, dirt road and hit a tree on the passenger side. King said the younger ...
LUDOWICI - The Ludowici/Long County Fire Department recently received two new pieces of equipment to enhance and improve its ability to provide fire protection for the county.
Both the Long and Liberty county sheriff's departments see a potential problem arising in the area -- dog fighting.
Liberty County Sheriff's blotter March 6 Aggravated assault Oglethorpe Highway, Hinesville A deputy was sent to Liberty Regional Medical Center's emergency room to speak with a man who claims he was assaulted while entering his hotel room at the Holiday Inn Express. He reported a man pushed him into the room and another suddenly entered and hit him in the head several times. He reported his suitcase and pants, containing his wallet were stolen. March ...
Stalking Rowe Street March 3 A complainant told the responding officer she has a temporary protection order against her husband, but that two of her neighbors told her they saw the husband driving in front of her house, about 7:45 p.m. and 9:11 p.m. on that day. The complainant said she did not see her husband. The complainant said her husband was not allowed within 100 feet of the residence and she has the paperwork ...
The warmer weather has brought more runners, walkers and bike riders out, but they may not be warmly welcomed on the road.
The Multi Agency Crack Enforcement Drug Task Force opened 47 cases with 58 offenders during February.
The Georgia Emergency Management Agency unveiled the state's new emergency preparedness campaign early this year.
Gangs were the focus of a seminar at Bethel AME Church. It was the first of many community awareness seminars the church plans. The March 1 seminar delved into the growing problem in Hinesville, Liberty County and Fort Stewart. It focused on the rising problems that gangs pose in our communities and schools, and what we can do to combat the problem. T'Challa O'Bryant organized and hosted the seminar. Speakers included Det. Doug Snider and ...
Liberty County Sheriff Don Martin swears in Kelly Wiggins as a deputy and welcomes her to the department on March 5.
Estella Grant Hopkins, who lost her home to a fire on Feb. 29, is in desperate need. Monetary donations would be greatly appreciated, along with everything else that a home should have; kitchen items, bedding, curtains, furniture, etc. Hopkins can be reached at Mamie Halsell's home at 884-7348 or 332-2548.
Liberty County Blotters Feb. 21 Obstruction Arnold Drive and Griffin Road, Walthourville A deputy had to Tase a man who ran after being pulled over for having a taillight out. After being Tased he was taken to jail and cited for obstruction and given a written warning for the faulty taillight. Feb. 23 Illegal dumping Ray Road, Hinesville A man filed a complaint saying he found illegally dumped trash on his property. He told ...
AUGUSTA -- Edmund A. Booth Jr., took the oath of office as the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Georgia on March 6 during a formal investiture in U. S. District Court here.
A complaint about loud music last week resulted in the arrest of a minor for keeping an allegedly stolen, illegal sawed-off shotgun, according to a report from the Liberty County Sheriff's office.
A Liberty County Sheriff's Office deputy Thursday employed a pit maneuver and ended a high-speed chase that began just after 3 p.m. in McIntosh County, according to McIntosh County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy William Jennings.
Volunteers are getting harder to come by for volunteer fire departments, and Bryan County Emergency Services Chief Freddy Howell knows why it's getting tougher to find people to serve.
Kenneth William Lumpkin, 43, pleaded guilty Monday to felony murder and kidnapping with the commission of bodily injury to another person in the September 2010 strangulation death of Lori Arrowood.
Kenneth William Lumpkin, 43, pleaded guilty Monday to felony murder, kidnapping and the commission of bodily injury in the September 2010 strangulation death of Lori Arrowood. Atlantic Judicial Circuit Judge Paul Rose presided over the hearing at the Long County Courthouse. Three charges were dropped - one count each of malice murder, aggravated assault and concealing the death of another person. Lumpkin, a former corrections officer at the Liberty County Jail, was sentenced to two ...
July 7: Assist other agency (robbery) - Two officers responded to Shady Oaks Mobile Home Park in reference to a robbery.
D. Jay Stewart attended the National Drug Court Professionals' 19th annual training conference July 14-17 in Washington, D.C.
The cause of a fire that destroyed a home Wednesday night in the 700 block of Pate Rogers Road in Liberty County still is undetermined, according to Liberty County Fire Coordinator James Ashdown, who has requested that the state fire marshal conduct an investigation.
July 7: DUI, obstructing or hindering law enforcement officers - Two deputies stopped a vehicle that passed by playing loud music.
No one apparently was injured when a mobile home in the 700 block of Pate Rogers Road was destroyed by fire Wednesday night.
People from across the area came out Aug. 5 to join Long County for its Community Night Out at the Long County Recreation Complex.
July 5: Burglary, forced entry, residence, second degree - As an officer was on foot patrol, he noticed the door open of a residence in Country Side Mobile Home Park. The officer entered, and there was no one there. Later, the resident showed up. He said he saw his front door open, and because he was new to the country, he did not know to call 911, so he left the residence. Nothing was missing ...
Candice and Torres Boles briefly were in court Monday morning, where they waived their rights to a formal arraignment and entered pleas of not guilty.
ATLANTA - The FBI has asked for the public's assistance in identifying and locating the person or people responsible for the Aug. 7 armed robbery of The Heritage Bank in Midway, according to Special Agent in Charge Mark F. Giuliano.